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      10-04-2011, 07:35 AM   #22
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you may also need a torx wrench or socket to hold the inner nut from spinning. I had to grind my lower control arms a tiny bit to make it fit.





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Originally Posted by dsbj View Post
I'm trying to find my alignment specs to share specifics. There is no issue at high speeds. Great feedback all the time. I didn't notice a difference in power steering either. Just improved feel. This is nothing like installing race springs or a drone-heavy exhaust that gets annoying over time. It feels fine for daily driving and gets better the harder you push it. On the corners is where it really shines.

BTW, I was contemplated making a DIY. I didn't as my brother was using my camera. This really isn't a difficult install as long as you have the tools available. IIRC, I needed a 22mm wrench that required a stop at Harbor Freight. Everything else I had.

The only challenging part is working the control arm into the chassis. Read, tight fit.
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